We carefully research potential businesses with our team, and select the winners we can best acceleration growth.
A picture says 1000 words. And we have the words (WriterAccess), so now it's time for a marketplace connecting designers, illustrators, animators and videographers with our 25,000+ customers that look to us to advance the content marketing revolution.
All our active businesses are in growth mode, powered by passionate team members that make magic happen.
It's by far the best business we've ever launched, an online marketplace connecting 25,000+ customers with 20,000 writers, editors, content strategists and translators—all in the cloud.
Now in our 5th year of operation, CMC is the place content marketers gather to learn what’s new and next with content marketing. CMC 2018 attracted 600 attendees, 64 speakers and 20 keynotes, with the wild success documented in numerous publications.
Safely landing our businesses is the goal, with an exit through acquisition, merger, or retirement when we hit the goals.
Our founder battled cancer back in 1992, and with a good sense of humor launched the Lost Ball Golf Tournament that raised more than $100,000 for the Dan Farber over a 10 year time period.
Freelance Access was a graphic arts staffing company, our first startup in 1992 that sold to Aquent in 1997. Designers and illustrators were represented by resumes back then. But we changed all that, bringing portfolios to clients in a disruptive way.
Content 6 was a full-service content marketing agency helping clients like Walmart, Best Buy, Salesforce, Iron Mountain and many more. We retired Content 6 with the launch of WriterAccess in 2010.
Sometimes we refuel a business mid-air when we pinpoint opportunity for uplift faster, with a new way.
LifeTips initial mission was to make the world a better place, one tip at a time. The online portal features 120,000 tips, 300+ podcasts and 50+ printed books and more. We're currently considering several options for this business.
Wordvision tracked the impact of the content published on the web, including listing positions, clicks, traffic gains and more. All of our Content 6 customers subscribed to WordVision, and we retired both with the launch of WriterAccess in 2010. We're currently considering several options for this business.